Breach Response: What's Missing?Experian's Michael Bruemmer, Attorney Ronald Raether
Most organizations today have breach response plans. But far too few test these plans before an incident occurs. Experts Michael Bruemmer and Ronald Raether discuss the essentials of breach response.
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Testing a plan is just one necessary element. Communication with all stakeholders is also commonly overlooked.
In a video interview about breach response strategies, Bruemmer and Raether discuss:
- Essential elements of a breach response strategy;
- The emerging role of the cyber insurer;
- Key technologies and the roles they play.
Raether is partner at Faruki Ireland & Cox in Dayton, Ohio. His experience with technology-related issues spans an array of legal areas, including patent; antitrust; licensing and contracts; employment; trademark; domain name disputes; and federal and state privacy statutes.
Bruemmer is Vice President with the Experian Data Breach Resolution group. A veteran with more than 25 years in the industry, he brings a wealth of knowledge related to sales and operations. Most recently, Bruemmer served as the Business Development Director of Consumer Products at ID Analytics, where he was responsible for the development and execution of all selling strategies.